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FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "

Gentle to pots and pans with non-stick coating.

Article Number803.929.85

Product details

Gentle to pots and pans with non-stick coating.


IKEA of Sweden

Article Number803.929.85
  • Reinforced polyamide


    Withstands temperatures up to 428°F.


Length: 13 "

    TurnerArticle Number803.929.85

    Width: 2 ½ "

    Height: 1 ¾ "

    Length: 12 ½ "

    Weight: 2 oz

    Package(s): 1


Good ProductPrameelaGood Product5
Favorite spatulaMARJORIEAlways reach for this one first. Bought several, thin edge perfect for eggs5
ExcellentAshokVery good quality product and sturdy one.5
Great product!naGreat product!5
FullsndadLisaMy husband uses this to remove the slices of vegan cheese cake when serving. It is small and easily removes slices without breaking them up. Washes up well.5
The bestAmarilysI use it every day of my life, I had to buy 2 more5
Nice Kitchen ToolFrancesLove the way this spatula handles. Easy to clean. Not sure if it can tolerate high temperature. End started to melt a bit when used in cast iron pan.4
Light and works wellCoriLight and works well5
Very thinDebI love these spatulas, they are very thin and don’t mess up my cookies when I take them off the pan.5
Outstanding quality and valueREYNALDOOutstanding quality and value5
FullandadFrancesThis is a great spatula at a very reasonable price.5
Small just rightCynthiaWanted a small spatula. Love it5
Glad I bought it, veryAminaGlad I bought it, very practical.5
Perfect for making pancakesFwlasvegasPerfect for making pancakes4
Pancake turnerBonnieI love these pancake turners. We seldom eat out so I cook a lot. Very affordable. I have three of these. Perfect for nonstick cookware.5
Great spatula perfect for eggsAmyGreat spatula perfect for eggs and pancakes5
IKEA style is unique and not so expensiverusshop88Another example of IKEA uniqueness. Right size. Thin. Lightweight. Sturdy. What else do you need from this kind of tool.5
josmurphGood product at a good price5
FULLÄNDAD Turner, gray, 13 "

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